How to mark Suicide Prevention Awareness Day in Niagara today
Niagara will be marking Suicide Prevention Day by taking part in a physically distant walk.
Every year the Niagara Distress Centre puts on the walk to raise awareness for the issue, but this year they are hosting a virtual event and encouraging people to walk in their own neighbourhoods.
The virtual portion of the event will include special guest speakers and a candle lighting.
Executive Director Stacey Terry says they have experienced an increase in calls since the pandemic started.
The event kicks off at 7 p.m. To register or learn more click here.
What are the signs and risks of suicide. Click here to learn more.
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